Professional Training Medical PortfoliosMedical Training Divider SetsMedical Training Portfolio and Divider Sets

Professional Training Medical Portfolios

Medical Training Divider Sets

Medical Training Portfolio and Divider Sets

Medical Training Portfolios and Divider Sets 2018/2019

This year we are introducing “INTERVIEW SETS”.

These are Tailored Portfolios and Dividers that have been grouped together to give our candidates the best chance of success in the portfolio section of CT and ST interviews.

Senior clinicians will also find the “ Appraisal “ Portfolio sets useful for their Continuing Professional Development.

The “INTERVIEW SETS’ are cheaper than if the individual components are bought separately and the items within them have been individually discounted further.

So it makes sense to buy an “Interview Set” where available

(Our range in continually increasing and we hope to introduce more “Interview Sets “ in the near future).

These medical training portfolios have been designed by practising medical professionals who understand the needs of trainees.

  • Creating a professional impression
  • Focusing on candidates’ achievements
  • Allows the assessor/interviewer to focus on salient points
  • Helping Doctors since 2010
  • Can be used with most A4 clear plastic sleeves
  • Designed for CT and ST interviews.

PVC, welded over 2250 micron board to form A4+ binder case, 65mm capacity lever arch binding mechanism

230mm wide (Index page) & 243mm wide (Divider page with tabs) and tab title stickers provided

NEW
Professionally recommended course portfolio and divider interview combination sets

Improve your marks with our Medical Portfolios
Up to 20% of marks in CT and ST interviews are based on the contents and presentation of a portfolio. Interviewers have only minutes review portfolios and find it easier to allocate marks if the information they seek in a portfolio is readily accessible. Please read delivery information before ordering: more

Designed by medical professionals
We recognize that the portfolio requirements for those in training are different to those Designed for appraisal and revalidation (GMC headings). Although a lot of assessments are electronic it is important to keep documents in one place.

Medical Portfolios

Medical Portfolios